Success Stories
NH businesses explain why they support nonprofits with CDFA tax credits
Local business people make the case for buying tax credits

Many New Hampshire business view supporting nonprofits to foster community development as a "win-win."

"You have a choice as a business person does it matter or does it not matter that you're integrated into the community that you serve or that you're a part off," says Amanda Grappone Osmer, the fourth generation owner of the Grappone Auto Group. "For us it matters very much."

As a long-time purchaser of CDFA tax credits, Amanda says there are multiple benefits to both the nonprofit organization and her business.

To listen to Amada's testimonial, click here.

CDFA Events
This workshop will walk potential CDBG recipients through the process applying for an award.
The Board of Directors of CDFA will hold its monthly meeting
Grantees of Community Development Block Grants must submit their semi-annual reports to CDFA through GMS this day.
Applications for the first round of CDBG awards are due this day.
One of two workshops offered, we'll discuss how to apply for CDFA tax credits in 2016.